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Analysis: Four More Years

Stan306 Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 2:37 PM
Well, I'll be danged - I thought it was anatomically impossible, but this morning I stand corrected .. it is possible for a nation to sodomize itself. I just spent the last few hours talking to conservative friends who voted for Obama... yes, that is correct - voted for Obama. They were all in that group that voted against Romney in the primary and they never came back around when Romney won the nomination (but purposefully just never said much of anything about it..) So here is another thing to think about - was it the democrats that elected Obama?? or was it the conservatives who just couldn't accept voting for Romney??
justme16 Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 2:42 PM
It doesn't matter what color tee shirt they wear. What re-elected Obama was IDIOTs...DOLTs, Co-dependents who think mommy and daddy goverenment will take care of them. Add to it power hungry petty little dictators who see the election cycle as a means to foist their liberal (childish) ideas onto the masses and finally the planned programmed conditioned masses (like puppies in a Pavlov experiment) who blindly rant and rave in their collective groups (the herd) for the favor of their peers and sayers (professors) All, according to the basic communist manifesto and stated goals dating back to the forties and fifties - spun up when the libs took over the colleges in the 1960s. FOLLOW THE TIME LINE...and do some research.
clarityseeker2 Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 2:38 PM
Not possible. Not even close. A true conservative couls never vote for this man-child.
Nice try though....
clarityseeker2 Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 2:40 PM
Stan----either you are incredibly gullible----or-----your friends are deep-to-the-bone LIARS....
Stan306 Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 2:42 PM
I wouldn't normally argue the point with you - but I know these guys and would typically consider them right wing. Nearly spit the coffee out on the table...

A few stray thoughts and observations in the aftermath of the 2012 election -- on substance, process, and tactics:

(1) The polls were broadly right, both at the state and national levels -- a dichotomy that I believed to be unlikely in the extreme as recently as yesterday morning.  The electorate ended up being D+6, nearly on par with 2008, and six points better than the 2010 midterms.  I was wrong about this, as were a good number of other observers.  The 2012 party ID figures from Gallup and Rasmussen upon which my assumptions were based were...

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